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This is kinda nuts.
I don’t get why the management think this wouldn’t eventually go public, or if they did, why they didn’t care.
I don’t care why they’d try to ban the Hannuka message. Puting SuseCon over a serious Jewish holiday could have been disguised as a mistake if they’d just let out that one Hannuka post. Why would anyone care about this?
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Wow. Antisemitism at it’s finest folks.